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David Sullivan (publisher) - Personal Life
... Sullivan lives in Birch Hall, near Theydon Bois, Essex ... It was built by Ashby and Horner to Sullivan's design in 1992 and set in around 12 acres (49,000 m2) of land, at a cost of £7.5m for the land and ... His partner is Emma Benton-Hughes, sister of Jonny Trunk, who met Sullivan while she was working as a model for his pornographic magazines under her previously married name of Eve ...
Sullivan, Wisconsin - Education
... Sullivan Elementary School is the only school in the village. ...
David Sullivan (publisher) - Other Interests - Birmingham City
... Despite being a lifelong West Ham United fan, in 1993 Sullivan bought into Birmingham City F.C ... However, in 2007 Sullivan expressed his desire to sell his share in the club ... Sullivan stated he had three reasons for why he wanted to leave ...
Wayne O'Sullivan - Biography
... O'Sullivan was part of the regular first eleven for Plymouth Argyle ... competition and the creation of the Hyundai A-League, O'Sullivan signed with Central Coast Mariners in 2005 ... Lawrie McKinna's decision to release O'Sullivan, it was believed by many in the Mariners camp that he was past his best and for the club to continue to grow in a ...
David Sullivan (publisher)
... David Sullivan (born 1 February 1949) is a Welsh businessman and pornographer, who is also joint-chairman of West Ham United ... In 2004, Sullivan was named by The Sunday Times as Britain's 68th richest man, with assets valued at over £500 million ...

Famous quotes containing the word sullivan:

    I have thought about it a great deal, and the more I think, the more certain I am that obedience is the gateway through which knowledge, yes, and love, too, enter the mind of the child.
    —Anne Sullivan (1866–1936)

    The fact is popular art dates. It grows quaint. How many people feel strongly about Gilbert and Sullivan today compared to those who felt strongly in 1890?
    Stephen Sondheim (b. 1930)

    Form ever follows function.
    —Louis Henry Sullivan (1856–1924)